April 6, 2024
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Jaguar Park in Tulum will have 7 accesses to the sea

This afternoon, Román Meyer Falcón, head of the Ministry of Agrarian, Territorial and Urban Development (Sedatu), announced the rehabilitation of the coastal infrastructure of the Jaguar National Park and the construction of seven public accesses to the beaches of Tulum, which will in turn connect to the Archaeological Zone.

Jaguar Park in Tulum will have 7 accesses to the sea

Through social networks, the federal official assured that in two months at the latest this project will be completed, which will also include the rescue of an old lighthouse, which is located only 600 meters from the archaeological zone.

“We want this area to be a control and access point to the archaeological zone, but also a reference point to connect the public access program to the beaches,” he added.

Jaguar Park in Tulum will have 7 accesses to the sea

Likewise, Meyer Falcón made reference to the abandoned properties in this coastal zone, which date back to the 1980s.

“These attempts at infrastructure in the 1980s were abandoned, because there was no comprehensive project to protect and protect, and to ensure that we did not have a greater number of encroachments into this national park,” he said.

“We hope that this reference point will be built and enabled within a couple of months,” he said.


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